Backing Up Messages to a New iPhone

However, as long as you have a backup of your old iPhone, moving the entirety of your information, including pictures and messages, to another iPhone is typically a simple cycle. Here, we'll take a gander at how to set up another iPhone. Here, we'll take a gander at how to Backup all of your instant messages so they show up on your new iPhone, as well as what to do assuming you set up your new iPhone just to find that your old instant messages didn't show up - which might be a genuine misfortune in the event that they have wistful significance.

Prior to setting up another iPhone, the initial step is to recover your old iPhone and guarantee that Apple's Messages in iCloud administration is turned on. This is the clearest technique for support up your messages so you might match up to them with another iPhone (despite the fact that we will take a gander at one more way beneath in the event that you would prefer not to pay for the extra iCloud stockpiling which may be expected for this assistance).

Apple's Messages in iCloud administration can be utilized to Backup all of your instant messages to the cloud, permitting you to download them to your new iPhone - and keep them in a state of harmony across all of your Apple gadgets, permitting you to see each message and answer on each gadget.

Messages in iCloud is an iOS 11.4 element, so you'll have to refresh your iPhone to iOS 11.4 or above to get it.

 You can find out what version you're running by going to Settings > General > Software Update.

When you enable Messages in iCloud, all of your messages will be saved in the cloud and synced across your devices, including your iPad, Mac, and iPhone. To enable Messages in iCloud, perform the following steps:

  1. Connected to WiFi after plugging in your iPhone
  2. Navigate to Settings > Apple ID > iCloud.
  3. Activate Messages

It will most likely take some time for your chat history to transfer to the cloud, which is why you must be plugged in and connected to WiFi.

How to Back Up Messages Without Using Apple's iCloud

Imagine a scenario where you can't overhaul your old telephone to iOS 11.4 on the grounds that it's a more established model. Or on the other hand, maybe you would rather not pay for the iCloud stockpiling expected for Messages. Experiencing the same thing, you could regardless change your previous messages; accepting you back up your old phone, your texts will be saved as a part of the Backup, either in the cloud or on your Mac or PC.

  • Connect your old iPhone to Wi-Fi and make sure it's turned on.
  • Go to Settings > Apple ID > Locate your old iPhone. Make sure that iCloud Backup is empowered by tapping on it.
  • You could compel a reinforcement by tapping on Back Up Now. In any case, before you do such, twofold check that you are backing up Messages as a component of this Backup.
  • Check that Messages is enabled in Settings > Apple ID > iCloud.
  • In Manage Storage, you can check how large your Messages backup is.

Using a Mac or a PC, how do you Backup your messages?

You could likewise associate your iPhone to iTunes and Backup to your Mac or PC.

  • Launch iTunes and select the iPhone icon.
  • Select Automatically Backup for This Computer from the drop-down menu. This creates a complete backup of your iPhone on your PC. Whenever you set up your new iPhone, you can download this Backup.

Using a Mac or a PC

Methods for Moving Text Messages to a New iPhone

Using iCloud 

Messages synchronisation has been supported since iOS 11.4. When you enable the feature, all of your messages will be saved in the cloud and synchronised across your Apple devices linked to the same Apple account. Remember that you just have 5 GB of accessible extra room. Before you start, ensure your iPhone is associated with a reliable WiFi organization.

  1. Scroll down to Settings > (Your name) > iCloud 
  2. Find Messages and set it on.
  3. Steps 1–3 must be repeated on the new iPhone, and synchronisation must be completed.

Making Use of iTunes

  1. Ascertain that you are using the most recent version of iTunes > Connect your old iPhone to your PC with a USB connection > Start your computer and launch iTunes.
  2. Whenever your iPhone shows up in iTunes, select it > Select the Back Up Now choice to Backup your past iPhone.
  3. When you're finished with the operations, check the Summary page in iTunes to see if the backup was successful.
  4. Go to your new iPhone's App & Data screen > Select Restore from this Backup from the drop-down option. If your new device has already been configured, you must wipe it first.
  5. Associate your new iPhone to your PC through a USB link > Select your gadget in iTunes on your PC.
  6. Select the choice to Restore Backup.

Making Use of iCloud Backup

  1. Connect the old iPhone to a power supply and turn on WiFi.
  2. On the old iPhone, go to Settings > (Your Name) > iCloud and enable iCloud Backup (for iOS 10 and older, go to Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup).
  3. Wait for the backup operation to complete before tapping Back Up Now (a WiFi connection is needed during the process).
  4. When the Backup is finished, turn on your new iPhone. Follow the on-screen steps after selecting Restore from iCloud Backup.

Message Transfer from iPhone to iPhone Without Using a Computer

You may transmit text messages to your new iPhone without using a computer by using the AirDrop feature. It is an Apple highlight viable with iOS 7 and later forms of the working framework. You'll need to enable WiFi and Bluetooth on both devices to accomplish this.

  • Go to the Control Center on your telephone and hold the WiFi and Bluetooth buttons. There, you'll observe the AirDrop include; empower it.
  • You can also enable AirDrop by unlocking your device and navigating to Settings > General > AirDrop. Set the visibility to "Everyone" and avoid any issues. 
  • Select the messages you want to transmit from the Messages app on the source iPhone. You may also navigate to any contact and pick up all of their messages.
  • Navigate to the Share icon and pick AirDrop from the drop-down menu. Select the destination device from this option and accept the incoming data to receive your messages.